Index Funds vs Mutual Funds vs ETFs | Which Is Best?
Even If you’re new to investing you’ve probably heard of stocks and bonds, but after you do a little bit more digging in the personal finance and investing space, you start to hear about things called index funds, mutual funds, and ETFs.
The reason you’re probably watching this video right now is that you just Googled these terms to figure out which is best for you to invest in.
In this video, I’m going to give you a simple breakdown of the difference between index funds, mutual funds, and ETFs in order to figure out which one is best for you and your goals.
As always stay until the end of the video to hear my personal thoughts.
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⏰ Timestamps ⏰:
0:00 – Introduction
0:51 – Mutual Funds vs Index Funds vs ETFs
4:58 – What is a Mutual Fund?
7:33 – What is an ETF?
9:39 – What is an Index Fund?
11:27 – My Thoughts
12:59 – LOL
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